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Nowadays in Europe, there seem to be a lot of amateur leagues for MMA, bareknuckle boxing and so on (King of the Streets, Hades Fights, Defend Fight Club etc.). What does the existence of this scene say about the social acceptance of combat sports? Is it like 00s backyard wrestling or something more serious?

Any of you race motorcycles?
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>>66720
I may be too late but i think most of those trucks in the backround are f150's
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yup, heres some footage from a few days ago, sup

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GOZAHoPFI2E
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I'm looking to give this place a try in the next few weeks. Not sure about buying a dedicated supermoto bike though. If I did, I would want to race it a few times just for the fun of it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zxpB85Wr6AY
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>>68368
I can see you standing behind the fence in the grandstand area at 7:23
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>>58901
>>>/o/

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>Banzuke
http://sumodb.sumogames.de/Banzuke.aspx

>Sumo terms
http://www.sumoforum.net/glossary.html

>Sumo rules
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EMANOt2Jw88

>Watch Sumo
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCy8YnV1QyWpHLDU56FtAJxA
https://www.youtube.com/user/JasonsinJapan/videos

https://www.twitch.tv/karla_sumoist
(6th to 1st division, starts from 8.30 Japan time)

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>>68946
We are here

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is Mixed Wrestling a extreme sport?
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>>54484
>greentext
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>>54484
>greentext
>Green text 2
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>>54484
should be more mainstream
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>>62776
>that dik dok video
>calling anyone a bitch
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>>66106
>The HS friend who successfully psyop'd anon

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Thoughts on a martial art technique based on breaking your own bones? I know there's a type of frog that can break it's own bones and use the splinters as a kind of knuckle dusters, and being able to break your own bones would render most grappling holds completely obsolete. My pain tolerance is pretty high so I think I could handle a couple of broken bones and keep fighting. Why do more fighters no do this?
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>>64188
is the Ko-Oh based on any actual technique? anyone got a vid with somehting similar? It looks cool as heck
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>>64188
>tfw we never really got to see Shozan fight
why live bros
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>>63700
Because it's a level of turbo autism no one has ever even considered yet.
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>>63700
lord raptor?
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>>63700

Is yoyoing an extreme sport?
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>>67153
pic related is the most popular playstyle. In this playstyle the yoyo is attached to the string and the string is attached to your hand. With that setup you can learn the classics like "walk the dog" or "rock the baby".
Here is a clip of the 2018 world champion winning in this playstyle. This performance is super fun to watch.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mgsj_c2Ht44
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This playstyle is the most popular because 99% of players have started in this style. If yoyoing interests you you can buy a yoyo for yourself. Just visit any onlinestore that is dedicated to selling yoyos and look for beginner yoyos. These beginner yoyos are "responsive"/"no bind required" yoyos. With it get at least 10 strings please. You will want to eventually change the string because strings will become dirty and thin so please get 10 strings. And for a responsive yoyo you must get a small bottle of "thick lube"/"responsive lube". This lube will keep your yoyo nice and responsive. So in summary you should get: yoyo, 10 strings, thick lube
if you're more of an /out/door guy you can start with offstring yoyoing. But be prepared to pick the yoyo up a lot because you're gonna drop it. For offstring yoyos you're not required to buy thick lube as you can run the bearing dry, but get ten strings please. Offstring yoyos can be found in the "4A" section of many stores.

Guys I love yoyoing so much
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>>67156
There are two more playstyles that have their own competitive division. They are both extremely difficult tho, you have to be really autistic to be good in them.
The first playstyle is called two handed looping. It's the OG playstyle, the stuff that was popular back then in the 90s. But this playstyle is highly entertaining to watch.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TMwO1wa4kkg
The other playstyle is called two handed string tricks but that is so boring to watch for beginners I'm not gonna share it lol
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I throw a bit and I don't think it's extreme but would be cool if we could discuss it somewhere on here. Other skill toys too like kendama, begleru, diabolo, tops etc.
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>>66275
You would be wrong, good way to have your fingers ripped off
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>>68364
a place for skilltoys would be awesome

Favorite skate films/parts thread
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>>65284
Also Santa Cruz, Streets on Fire, The Turf

https://youtu.be/bal21rPEt2E?t=985
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>>65284
Baker 3
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aLwk3-LPIxQ
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>>65284
Polar - I like it here inside my mind don't wake me this time
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=abTTtyAPeN4
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=55C5KYGafRo&t=159s
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>>65284
anything anti hero or FA.

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Anyone got an ID on this board? priced at 90 bucks used and tempted to grab it up
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>>65117
It’s a snowboard.
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>>65117
Its a McChicken.
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Reddit will Id
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>>65117
>capped sidewallls
>forward facing and narrow stance
>brandless topsheet
I guarantee it's an overly cambered, stiff and heavy lemon of a board.

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I recently got interested in Judo but the closest thing in my town is a Jiu Jitsu gym. Should I consider going, I'm more interested in Judo and the only Judo places are like 30 min drives from my place
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>>68174
Over there, a lot of guys do both and sambists and judoka often train under the same roof. The competitive circuit is kinda a place for guys that couldn't make the national judo squad. The vast breadth of the Soviet Union included a lot of cultures with jacket wrestling styles - notably the Georgians - which influenced their approach to gripping and techniques. I feel like Russians are more flexible about grips, and can throw from a variety of unconventional ones. Even if the staples are the same (ouchi, osoto, seoi nage, uchimata, harai goshi), Russians like to engage at a closer range and break down the posture to set up a throw. They also tend to have good ura-nage/suplex technique.

Judo is interesting because there are a variety of national styles. I think even a layman could tell a Korean from a Japanese based on how they move, fight for grips, and favorite throws.
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>>67367
30 minutes isn't that far of a drive so it really depends on the quality of the judo schools and the JJJ place. If you're more interested in judo then you should probably consider one of those places. If you can afford both the local JJJ and the 30 minute drive judo places you might be able to fit more training into your schedule that way.
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>>67829
judo every day of the week then
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>>68180
Its a style of country-esque music in the US, not sure what it has to do with mma though.
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>>67829
Then judo kek

When was the last time you really threw down?
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>>68653
What's East Germany like? At least you are not a Swabian or may Allah forgive me for uttering the word a Ruhrlander.
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>>68641
>. You can get in serious trouble here in Germany if you train martial arts and fuck someone up in self defense more than necessary.
lol why do zoomers believe this? It's a meme.

Last time was like 10 years ago, beat the shit out of a drunken guy who had a knife until his face looked like raw ground meat.

Afterwards my shirt was full of blood. Later someone asked if I was ok to which I replied "Yeah it's not MY blood."
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>>68653
Ach Sören
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>>68664
>heartbroken 18 year old average dude is the same threat as an intoxicated guy with a weapon
Wow tremendous critical thinking skills buddy
And it’s not like the dude didn’t have a broken nose and a light concussion afterwards, but I would’ve gotten in trouble if I had crippled him for life
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>>50568
>muh coward grappler
Lmao get fucked. That "coward" manhandled you and could have smashed your face into paste had he wanted.

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I want to learn an art that will be practical in a fight and that will allow me to defend myself and others. I have previous experience in combat sports.
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>>67230
Its not mental gymnastics, just cope for people who want to believe they can handle a fight without preparing for one. I would also wager the people saying "hurr durr just run away" probably cant even run that well
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>>62075
This, Master both of these arts and you'll be a walking terminator that can one punch knockout mother fuckers or slam them on the pavement.
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>>62051
>Martial Art used for killing
Weeb-tier mentality. You might as well say you want to learn how to shoot hadoukens.
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>>68500
This nigga can't even harness his chi. That's why you get no pussy.
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>>68501
I LP LP > LK HK your mum's pussy and she loves it.

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is hardbass the official music of /xs/ ?
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>>64863
yes
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God I hope not.
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>>64863
skapunk is
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XeNKhm09Q88
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>>68470
/XS/ anthem, I want this to play on full blast every time I open the catalog.

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Hey guys, so I'm currently in the process of recovering from shingles, been dealing with it since last Friday. During this period I couldn't weightlift nor train. Currently the wounds are just scabbed over (on my forehead), the swelling is gone as well due to all the meds and ointment I've been on. Basically, when would it be a good time to get back to training? Have any of you guys ever dealt with shingles before? Part of me wants to get back in there but apparently from what I've been hearing and reading it wouldn't be a good idea to get back into things that cause profuse sweating if the wounds aren't completely healed yet.

I gotta be honest just going a week or two without training is really getting to me.
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You'll be fine. It will hurt though
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>>56976
let it fully heal. I got it at 30 years old, apparently triggered by a bad sunburn on my face. it won't take as long as you think to heal. just be patient.
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>>56976
Dude wait until its completely healed or you might not be able to train for months.
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>>56976
put some oregano oil and zinc sulfate on that shit nigga
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>>56976
Also a risk of staph so I would skip it till it clears up.

Just bought some rollerblades to get too work and back.

Is this based or cringe?
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>>32162
Walking isn't skateboarding. Skateboards are shit for actually getting around. That's why "skateboarders" spend half their time walking.
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>>38865
Bros, I'm so fucking jealous rollerskating seems to be getting a lot of mainstream attention and respect while inline is still underground and treated by everyone as something only fags do. I just wanna be able to hit the park without getting shat on.
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>>19055
here comes dat boi
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>>71508
>treated by everyone as something only fags do
>I just wanna be able to hit the park without getting shat on
>I'm a self conscious retard that needs validation and attention
well you sure sound like a fag, it kinda fits

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hey bros, went to a nearby cave with a friend today, didn't go too deep cause were pussies but it did get me thinking about going deeper later on and looking around for other caves, so I'm wondering if anyone knows anything about caving/spelunking and what's a good way to get into it.
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>>67204
it's a metaphor for being reckless
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>>67204
Cavers wear condoms because they are essentially walking into a giant earth pussy.
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>>67314
>not wanting to impregnate the earth pussy
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>>67317
Cave STDs are serious business. Practice safe caving.
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>>67139
Not in the states, west coast Canada




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